June 3rd, 2004

First Thursday Art Show: Brian Fey

(x-posted my journal)

Develop Studio presents The Art of Brian Fey

Thursday, June 3, 2004
6-9 p.m.
Pioneer Square Art Walk
Develop Studio
Forgotten Works Gallery
619 Western Ave. (Fourth Floor South)
Seattle, WA

Come meet this eclectic, prolific artist and view some of his works in his last public Seattle show before he moves to his new isolated estate in Patzcuaro, Mexico -- a place where he plans to farm and continue painting for several decades. He hopes to show and sell his future artworks in Mexico City, Guadalajara and Monterrey, as well as occasional art tours along the west coast of the United States.

More works by Brian Fey

Brian Fey's Yahoo Group

Develop Studio Exhibit Curator: R. Nina Ruchirat
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Did anyone just see a massive flash of blue light in the north end (ballard, crown hill) ? There's not a cloud in the sky, so it wasn't lightning. It was really short, but seemed to light up the whole sky north of here, with no noise whatsoever. I've seen transformers blow up, but it seemed brighter than that, and quiet.

Or I'm seeing things because it's 2:40 in the morning.
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Art Walk Bake Sale Tonight!

Art Walk Bake Sale Tonight! (posting this for a friend at work)

If you like warm baked goodness, come on down to my friend Amanda's artist loft at 619 Western tonight from 7-10pm! (More directions below)

They are part of a fundraising group for a Art car project and would love your company. And if you havn't gone on an Art Walk this is your chance to view some art, have some treats, and soak up the parade down the streets. Sometimes we hit up McCormick & Schmicks in the post. Cheers!

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Attention Movie Watching People:

One of my favorite movies EVER, Donnie Darko, is back in the theaters! Rumor has it this is also the Director's Cut with lots of extra footage!!! (like 21 minutes out of 2 hrs!)

If you have not seen this movie, you MUST. It was part of the Seattle Film Festival also, and based on that debut 8 theaters around Seattle and Tacoma picked it up.

Squee for good unappreciated intelligent movies with gigantic satanic bunnies!!!

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I was wondering if anyone knew of good home-based job opportunities in Seattle?

I am going to be home with my kids this summer and need some money!

I have a background in organizing and have strong skills in managing campaigns, which can be a good help to any agency or nonprofit. My skills run from media outreach to lobbying.

I can learn grant-writing from a friend of mine as well.


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I have two tickets for the SIFF movie Seven Days, Seven Nights. It's playing at Pacific Place on Friday June 11th at 2pm. Something has come up and i was wondering if any of you would like to either trade tickets with another movie, or buy them off me. Let me know if you're interested. Details are as follows:

Seven Days, Seven Nights
CUBA, 2003, 106 minutes
Language: Spanish

News anchor Norma breaks down during a telecast. Dancer Nieves loses her day job and fails to land an audition. Maria's son disappears under mysterious circumstances. The lives of three women in Havana, Cuba, collide in this film about the pride and fragility of people on the cusp of change.

Thursday 6/3 @ the Mercury

That's tonight! DJ Dancemonkey playing the hits! No cover for women before midnight! 4.00 cover otherwise. 21+ w/id.
We're at 10th and Union under the autobattery on beautiful Capitol Hill in case you forgot. Doors open at 9pm.